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Nicaragua advocacy success: water law approved

After arduous advocacy work and lobbying, a law that will legalize hundreds of local water management committees supplying their communities with safe water and sanitation was approved by the National Assembly in May.

The Coalition of Organizations for the Right to the Water and the National Network of Water and Sanitation Committees, in which members of FANCA Nicaragua played a leading role, has been working towards this moment through a combination of advocacy, communication and mobilization, which saw them eventually help to draft the legislation.The law forms part of a comprehensive legal framework in Nicaragua that aims to ensure real integrated water resource management, which started with the General Water Law.


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